Partnering with a pro

Remember when Cuba Gooding, Jr. said, “Show me the money?” Well, MB Financial Bank was listening! 

MB has partnered with Renaissance Saint Luke and will be hosting periodic financial presentations which will offer valuable tips to our residents on how to make their money work for them. On top of that, MB is supporting our resident computer center with ink and paper donations (and more) and  offering banking services tailored for our senior community. Sweet! 

MB Financial Bank has many locations in Chicago. In addition to being easy to find and offering lots of financial products, MB maintains an active involvement in its many neighborhoods. They’ve been part of Chicago for over one hundred years. (Wow. They’re senior citizens, too!)

AND – did you know they offer Senior Checking? This account is perfect for the senior who is seeking a tool to help manage basic expenses and it can be customized by adding MB Perks. We’re also working with MB to create a Bank At Home program here at RSL, where members of the MB team will be on-site once or twice a month. Imagine, you can  do your banking without leaving the building! 

Last Monday, folks from MB joined us to dish about MB Financial and its collaborative efforts with Renaissance Saint Luke. Led by Assistant Vice President and Banking Center Manager, Len Mayersky, the very knowledgable MB team provided financial hows and wherefores, along with some very tasty treats. They even brought great take-home goodies!

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